Innovative SPEA class practices what it teaches: reducing the carbon footprint

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 12, 2008

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University students and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service professionals are learning together this semester in an IU course on conservation and global climate change. And, through the use of innovative technology, they are doing so in a way that doesn’t produce greenhouse gases and contribute to further climate change.

The IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs course meets on the IU campus in Bloomington. Dozens of Fish and Wildlife Service personnel from eight states participate from their homes or offices, linked to the classroom by a high-quality telephone connection and desktop sharing computer software.

The IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs course meets on the IU campus in Bloomington. Dozens of Fish and Wildlife Service personnel from eight states participate from their homes or offices, linked to the classroom by a high-quality telephone connection and desktop sharing computer software. ….

For the entire news release …. http://newsinfo.iu.edu/news/page/normal/9218.html

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